delve the many topics to develop success skills
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Delve into Chapters and Special Topics

To delve you learn deeply by turning knowledge resources such as books into useful knowledge called mindware that you apply to real-world performance. You are not learning for shallow academic understanding, but learning to apply and extend knowledge to serve your life goals.

When something catches your eye in a blog post, a nugget of knowledge, delve into it, really process it for all you can learn. Turn the nugget from someone else’s words into your mindware, skills you can count on when you need them most.

Delve Topics &  Chapters

The following headings lead to collections of related posts that were written in order. Each post will have navigation at the end to lead you to the rest of the collection.

PowerUp – the most important skill for success. Learn how to rapidly improve any performance with a 6 step process, 4 elements of improvement, and a theory of performance. When you apply the theory to every important performance, you unlock lifelong improvement and success.

Goal Management — a process you take to reach your dreams from transforming your dreams into measurable goals with a deadline down to the daily execution of tasks woven with life’s responsibilities.

College-Readiness — you will succeed in college by mastering a complicated set of skills and knowledge, while developing your capabilities and identity.

Miscellaneous — the following topics join our conversations in Head4Knowledge to what’s happening in educational and professional spaces.

    • News — we link and comment on developments in education, career, performance, and learning.
    • Inspiration — we post case stories of interesting people who developed themselves and persevered to reach success.

Future Topics

Professional Skills and Career Management — be purposeful about your life, you learning, and professional success. Read these posts to learn the career management methodology and to learn professional skills to power your success.

Learning to Learn — top learners use more than 250 skills to perform and grow. The list shows the topics in this category.

    • Purposeful-Reading
    • Purposeful-Learning
    • Write-to-think, discovery writing
    • Think-to-write, polishing your writing
    • Elevate your Level of Learning

Academic-Skills — like it or not, we have the educational system we have. To succeed, you apply methods of the Rules of Schools.

Problem-Solving — you face problems every day in school, work, and life. Successful people solve problems more quickly with better quality. They purposely generalize their solutions to work for related problems.

Learning-science Behind Head4Knowledge — we inform ourselves through research, practice, and experience to write the blog, podcasts, and courses at Head4Knowledge.

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David

An innovator in online higher education, David Leasure has led online university programs, problem-based approaches to online learning, and competency-based education. He has served as provost at Western Governors University, Colorado Technical University, and Jones International University. Leasure earned bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in computer science and was associate professor of computer science at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, where he turned his interests from artificial intelligence to teaching and learning with technology. Leasure led the creation of CTU Online, served as CTU’s doctoral chancellor, and also as president of Jones International University.

His core belief is that all students can learn and his passion is helping them and their institutions succeed.

His current mission is to promote self-growth to empower 10M learners and 1M mentors and faculty by 2028.

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